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i2 e-Business Strategy Services Not For Everyone
Companies that know what they want in terms of Internet capabilities might benefit from eSOA, but others should give it a wide berth.

e business division  outright scam. Though other e-business software providers offer prospective clients high-level consulting in advance of a software contract, none staff business consulting groups as large or aggressive as i2's. In fact, the group is so pervasive that it frequently collides with third party consulting partners in pre-sales situations. The scope of services offered by i2 is also much broader than those of its peers and overlap into areas traditionally the domain of strategy firms. By allowing it to

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